Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 34/86 (Biology); 53/72 (Biophysics)

Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Dielectric properties of brain tissue at 1 GHz in acute ischemic stroke: Experimental study on swine

    Dielectric properties of brain tissue at 1 GHz in acute ischemic stroke: Experimental study on swine

    Topology of brain tissue dielectric properties measurements.

  • Effects of electromagnetic fields on bone loss in hyperthyroidism rat model

    Effects of electromagnetic fields on bone loss in hyperthyroidism rat model

    Histological examination of trabeculae from right distal femurs after 6 and 12 weeks. L-T4 treated group (L-T4) showing significant reduction in trabecular number, trabecular connection, and trabecular bone area, and trabecular irregular level compared to control group. Expanded marrow cavity could also be observed in L-T4 group; L-T4 treatment with 15 Hz/1 mT EMF stimulation group (EMF + L-T4) presenting apparent increase in trabecular number, trabecular connection, and trabecular bone area in comparison with L-T4 group. Stain: Hematoxylin and eosin (H&E); Bar: 200 µm; 100×.

  • Three-dimensional analysis, modeling, and simulation of the effect of static magnetic fields on neurons

    Three‐dimensional analysis, modeling, and simulation of the effect of static magnetic fields on neurons

    Coils structure; (a) top and side views of motor neuron under four coils (neuron is located at distance of 1.5 cm from coils and magnified in order to show different parts); (b) a cross section of meshed environment (environment should be meshed to solve Maxwell equations, and a cut plane of meshed structure has been shown).

  • Effect of static magnetic field on endospore germination

    Effect of static magnetic field on endospore germination

    VSM setup. Centrifuge tube was entwined by a lens warmer and fixed in an ABS holder between paired electromagnet. A gradienter was used to ensure ABS holder was horizontal. SMF intensity was 1.3 T, as measured by a gaussmeter.

  • Static magnetic field effects on proteases with fibrinolytic activity produced by Mucor subtilissimus

    Static magnetic field effects on proteases with fibrinolytic activity produced by Mucor subtilissimus

    Magnets arrangement and disposition of Petri dishes and Eppendorf tubes on support. Disposition of samples differed between tests in: a) Petri dishes (located at z = 2 cm), and in b) Eppendorf tubes (along z-axis). c) Frontal view of support with measurements of spatial disposition of Petri dishes, and d) of Eppendorf tubes on shelf.

  • Direct electric current modifies important cellular aspects and ultrastructure features of Candida albicans yeasts: Influence of doses and polarities

    Direct electric current modifies important cellular aspects and ultrastructure features of Candida albicans yeasts: Influence of doses and polarities

    Micrographs obtained by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) of C. albicans. Control yeasts (A–C) and EIF-treated yeasts (D and E) immediately after DC treatment. CF-treated yeasts were represented in (F), after incubation in new culture medium. A dose of 2.40C was used in CF and EIF. Yeasts were fixed with glutaraldehyde, post-fixed with osmium tetroxide. After that, material was dehydrated in acetone and impregnated with Epon resin.

  • Dielectric properties of brain tissue at 1 GHz in acute ischemic stroke: Experimental study on swine
  • Effects of electromagnetic fields on bone loss in hyperthyroidism rat model
  • Three‐dimensional analysis, modeling, and simulation of the effect of static magnetic fields on neurons
  • Effect of static magnetic field on endospore germination
  • Static magnetic field effects on proteases with fibrinolytic activity produced by Mucor subtilissimus
  • Direct electric current modifies important cellular aspects and ultrastructure features of Candida albicans yeasts: Influence of doses and polarities

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